Nursing Home & Assisted Living Facility Lawyer
Serving clients in Nassau, Suffolk and Queens Counties
If you are looking for an assisted living facility for yourself or a loved one that may need some assistance with daily activities, consider the possibilities that an assisted living facility may hold. An assisted living facility is much like a nursing home, but is different in several ways:
- In an Assisted Living Facility: You are able retain much of your independence while still having medical and other assistance that you may need.
- In an Assisted Living Facility: Meals are served in a communal dining room, but you do have a kitchen in your dwelling if you want to prepare your own food.
- In an Assisted Living Facility: A community atmosphere prevails, allowing you to be social while remaining in the security of your own building.
At the Law Offices of Schlissel DeCorpo, we are dedicated to handling all of the legal issues encountered by the seniors. We have extensive experience with assisted living facilities, which renders us an exceptional resource when determining if a move to such a facility is warranted for you or a loved one.
We are able to handle many aspects of your move into an assisted living facility including the sale of your home, the review of contracts or other documents, and arrangements for the payment of your new living space. Let us assist you in making the move that makes it easier for you to enjoy your later years.
Contact an experienced nursing home lawyer who can help you understand the benefits of an assisted living facility. We are committed to helping the specific long term needs of seniors and ensure your full understanding of your options.
We have offices in Lynbrook, Queens, and Suffolk County, and we represent individuals throughout New York, including Nassau County, Suffolk County, Westchester County; and New York City’s five boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, Staten Island, and all of the surrounding areas.
Law Offices of Schlissel DeCorpo
Contact us to discuss your case and our qualifications to represent you. Feel free to call toll free, any time, day or night, at 1-800-344-6431 or contact us at 718-350-2802. You can also reach us in Nassau County at 516-561-6645.